Sharon's sister, Bonnie, had already come to Florida after the holidays, and was roaming around visiting friends and using time-share weeks and motels during January and February. We hadn't originally planned on connecting with her, but with the sewer issues in Louisiana, the fact that we had completed everything we could do there, and our hosts expecting more visitors, we decided to leave early. That gave us plenty of time to get to Florida in time to meet up with Sharon's sister. (You can click on any picture to enlarge it, and then simply X out of it to return to the blog.)
|Sharon, Bonnie, and Angel at Inverness on February 28th.|
|Our RV parked at our host's property south of Inverness, FL.|
|Our host's property from the other end of their lot.|
|Angel in the woods at Lidia's.|
|A beautiful moss-covered oak tree at our hosts's property south of Inverness, FL.|
We were also able to enjoy many colorful sunsets while staying there, but we didn't capture them all in photos. The one below is an example that we captured one evening while out walking with Angel.
|One of many sunsets we enjoyed at Inverness.|
On the way back, we passed Three Flags Resort on Hwy 44, a place we had stayed a couple of times in past years, as Coast to Coast members. We hardly recognized the place after nearly 24 years! What used to be a two-lane road the last time we visited, is now a four-lane major thoroughfare connecting Inverness with The Villages, Leesburg and other cities farther east. And from the looks of the resort, it also has greatly improved. It wasn't much more than a nice campground when we were there last, but it now looks like a RV resort ought to look!
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